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Fantaspoa 2018: Cinestate Acquires SKULL - THE MASK From FantasMercado Market

Some good news for fans of horror flicks coming out of the Iberoamerican region. The folks at Cinestate are fine for many reasons. They are fine because they are one of the companies behind festival faves like Bone Tomahawk, Brawl...

Horrorant 2018: MON MON MON MONSTERS Wins Best Film, Even Spread Among Other Winners

The fifth annual Horrorant Film Festival in Greece wrapped up last week. With completion of the genre festival comes the announement of the competition winners.      Giddens Ko's Mon Mon Mon Monsters won best film at the fest. The...

Cinepocalypse 2018: Nine World Premieres And Festival Faves Dominate Full Lineup!

Next month, between June 21st and 28th the Music Box Theatre in Chicago, Illinois will be invaded with all manner of beasts and terrors. In only its second year Cinepocalypse is making a strong move to becoming a key go-to...

THE LAKE VAMPIRE: Venezuela's Carl Zitelmann Makes Feature Debut With True Life Serial Killer Story

Following a string of acclaimed short films, commercials and video work, Venezuelan director Carl Zitelmann makes his feature debut with The Lake Vampire - the true life tale of a true life vampire, namely serial killer Zacarias Ortega known for...

Criterion in August 2018: THE TREE OF LIFE Takes Root, Plus SMITHEREENS and More Essentials

Appearing on Blu-ray and DVD for the first time, Robert M. Young's The Ballad of Gregorio Cortez will be released by the Criterion Collection in August 2018. Inspired by a true story, the film stars Edward James Olmos and is...

Oak Cliff Film Festival 2018: Feature Film Lineup Announced! Live Scores, TIGERS, & BAD REPUTATION, Oh My!

The 7th annual edition of the Oak Cliff Film Festival has announced its lineup and the programming for this event continues to be some of the most adventurous and interesting of any film fests in the Southwest. Hosted at the...

THE BLACK OCTOPUS (EL PULPO NEGRA): The Onetti Brothers to Revive The Popular Argentine Suspense Series

New from Cannes today is that Nico and Luciano Onetti, the brothers behind the Giallo trilogy Sonno Profondo, Francesca and the upcoming Abrakadabra, and psycho hillbilly horror What The Waters Left Behind, will direct an upcoming revival of a popular...

Fantaspoa 2018: The Final Wave of Titles, Master Classes and Market Participants!

We are mere days away from the fourteenth edition of Fantaspoa, Brazil's premiere genre film festival and the largest of its kind in Latin America. The final wave of titles have been announced and the genre goodness just keeps piling...

A PEDRA DA SERPENTE: Watch The Teaser For Fantaspoa Closing Night Film

When they are not curating one of the LatAm region's biggest genre festivals the organization behind the fest, Fantaspoa Produções, also has a hand in producing films. Fantaspoa Produções will present Fernando Sanches' debut feature film A Pedra da Serpente...

Blood Window Showcase at Cannes Features Familiar Names And Future Faves

As Cannes approaches our attention turns to more action happening during the Marche du Film. Our friends from Blood Window in Argentina are returning to the French Riviera, loaded with genre goodness from the LatAm region.    Blood Window,...

Fantaspoa 2018: Second Wave Includes ATERRADOS, TRAUMA, SNOWFLAKE and VAMPIRE CLAY

One of the premiere LatAm genre film festivals, Fantaspoa, is mere weeks away from dropping a tonne of genre goodness to attendees in Porto Alegre, Brazil.    Staying true to their mission the second wave of titles have been announced...

Horrorant 2018: Complete Lineup Announced! MON MON MON MONSTERS to Open, THE RANGER to Close Greek Genre Fest

Next week the fifth annual Horrorant Film Festival tours Greece, bringing an eclectic lineup of local and international titles with it. The first wave of titles announced at the beginning of the month had a number of familiar titles from...

THE INHABITANT (EL HABITANTE): There is no Such Thing as Too Many Inverted Crosses in The New International Poster

With the release date nearing for Guillermo Amoedo Schultze's The Inhabitant (El Habitante) looming a new international poster has been released. Because we are in good standing with international sales agents Film Sharks we have been asked to premiere it....

Morbido 2018: Call For Submissions Now Open

Let's say you got a film coming out this year and you have not settled on where to have your Mexican-slash-LatAm-slash-HeckEvenWorld Premiere. May we suggest to you that you give serious thought to submitting your film to our friends at...

Tribeca 2018 Dispatch: The Many Pleasures of Horror

Perhaps not every horror fan will confess this, but we’re not always looking for masterpieces, or even movies that we’d recommend wholeheartedly. Instead, it’s all about moments and ideas, preferably ones that reflect the whole of the filmmaker’s heart and...

Tribeca 2018 Preview: Ten Notable Fest Selections

The 17th edition of the Tribeca Film Festival, running through April 29, is once again packed with films, talks, and moving image work beyond film such as VR, television, online work, and gaming events. The opening film is Lisa D'Apolito's Love,...

Review: RELICTO, Argentine Mystery Horror an Experimental Ode to Artistic Influences

Oscar and Tamara leave the big city to settle into a small home in the country. It is an attempt by Oscar to rebuild their broken relationship after the death of his wife and her mother. Not long after they...

Review: THE 4TH COMPANY, Prison Football As Coverup Of A Criminal System

The 4th Company (La 4ª Compañía) gained attention last year when it won several Ariel awards (the Mexican equivalent of the Academy Awards), including Best Picture; it was particularly notorious because practically no one had seen the film at that...

Frontières Platform in Cannes Announces Sixteen Projects Vying For Production Partnerships

Cannes is around the corner and that means that our friends at Frontières are gearing up for another joint venture with the famed festival.    Returning after a successful debut year in 2017 Frontières returns with 16 genre projects looking...

ABRAKADABRA: First Images From Onetti Brothers New Giallo Film

Abrakadabra, the fourth film from the Onetti Brothers, Luciano and Nico, was chosen to be part of the Upcoming Fantastic Films section of Blood Window at Cannes this year. There it will be presented as a work in progress and...